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What is UNAIDS?
UNAIDS in Thailand
Five priority policy messages for Thailand
Current Activities
What is AIDS?
Country Situation Analysis
Conference General Information
Theme: Access for all
UNAIDS engagement at the conference
Logistical Note
Schedule at a Glance
Conference Venue
Ministry of Public Health
  • UNAIDS Cosponsoring Agencies/Partners in Thailand and their Highlights

‘UNESCO’s Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education in Bangkok is the technical advisory body to all field offices and Member States of the region and the site of regional programmes in areas covered by the Education Sector. It also houses regional advisory units in Culture and Social and Human Sciences and staff from the Communication and Information Sector and from the Science sector. The HIV/AIDS Coordination and School Health Unit of UNESCO Bangkok is specifically working on HIV/AIDS and school health issues and providing technical assistance to the education sector of Member States in this region’.
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UNFPA Contributing to Poverty Reduction through improved reproductive health, population & development, and promoting gender equality in developing countries.
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WHO What is "3 by 5 Initiative" of WHO? The answer is "Treating 3 million by 2005": WHO and its partners are working with full commitment to provide access of ART to 3 million people living with HIV/AIDS in developing countries by the end of 2005.
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UNICEF Child Rights, Rights of all children and young people to knowledge, skills and services for HIV/AIDS prevention and care.
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WFP believes that food aid is essential in the fight against HIV and AIDS
WFP attempts to lessen the effects of HIV and AIDS on a community in a number of ways, mainly by improving food security and securing the livelihoods of those affected by the illness.
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UNODC UNODC encourages new responses to the linked issues of drug abuse and HIV/AIDS through the development of multisectoral partnerships that pursue; better understanding of the drug abuse and HIV/AIDS trends, and responses; integrated national policies and programme plans; improved responses within custodial settings including drug abuse treatment services and prisons; and strong national and regional networks for the exchange of information, ideas and expertise.
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UNDP's role is to advocate for placing HIV/AIDS at the centre of national development planning and budgeting, promote a broad-based response to the epidemic that rallies partners well beyond the public health sector, build capacity of local governments and community organization in support of a decentralized response, and promote the human rights of people living with HIV/AIDS
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World Bank--in partnership with others-- is working to roll back the spread of this global epidemic. As the largest long-term investor in prevention and mitigation of HIV/AIDS in developing countries, the World Bank Group is working with its partners to:
  • Prevent the further spread of HIV/AIDS among vulnerable groups and in the general population;
  • Promote countries' health policies and multi-sectoral approaches (e.g. by working in education, social safety nets, transport and other vital areas);
  • Expand basic care and treatment activities for those affected by HIV/AIDS and their families, as well as for children whose parents have died of AIDS and other vulnerable children.
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ILO is the UN agency with responsibility for the world of work. It promotes decent work and productive employment, based on principles of social justice and equality. It has a special place in the fight against AIDS because of its links with the workplace and the active population
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PHP has encountered an Access Violation at 01800AFDUNHCR considers HIV prevention an essential component of its overall protection of refugees. With 5,000 staff in more than 120 countries often in remote locations, UNHCR is in a unique position to provide HIV/AIDS programs to refugees and people of concern.
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UNIFEM works worldwide to promote gender equality between women and men and to advance the status of women. In the field of HIV/AIDS in Thailand, UNIFEM undertakes various activities to address gender dimension of HIV/AIDS. Those activities include: advocacy for national and community action to protect women and girls from HIV/AIDS; promotion of the human rights of women living with and/or directly affected by HIV/AIDS; and provision of technical inputs to partner agencies for engendering their HIV/AIDS responses.
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IOM advocates and works in collaboration with partners to enhance national and regional responses to HIV/AIDS, employing a rights-based approach to bring AIDS prevention and access to care and support services to mobile populations.
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Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS in Thailand.
12th Floor, United Nations Building, Rajdamnern Nok Avenue
Bangkok 10200, Thailand.
Tel.(662)228-1203, Fax(662)208-1414